A Perfect IN for Identity Theft...

None of this is my real information.  I saw this the other day and thought it was really cute... at first. 


1. Your SPY name (middle name and current street name): Sweet Tulip

2. Your MOVIE STAR name (grandmother on your dad's side and your favourite candy): Jane Aero

3. Your RAP name (first initial of first name and first three or four letters of your last name): B-Mum

4. Your GAMER TAG (a favourite colour, a favourite animal): Purple Unicorn

5. Your SOAP OPERA name (middle name, and city you were born in): Sweet Kalamazoo

6. Your STAR WARS name (first three letters of
your last name, last three letters of mother's maiden name, first three
letters of your pet's name): Mummaifid

7. Your JEDI name (middle name spelled backwards, your mom's maiden name spelled backwards): Teews Nediam

8. Your ROCK STAR name (first pet's name, the street you grew up on): Candy Clearbrook

9. Your SUPERHERO name: ("The", your favourite colour and the automobile your dad drives): The Purple Ram

10. Your ACTION HERO name (first name of the main character in the last film you watched, last food you ate): Jack Cupcake


Those names are pretty funny - they were even funnier when I used my REAL information.

Even if you don't know me, these are the things you can now figure out about me from this list:

First Initial: B

Middle Name: Sweet

First 3 letters of last name: Mum

Mother's maiden name: Maiden

Paternal grandmother's first name: Jane

Mother's maiden name: Maiden

Current Street: Tulip

City born in: Kalamazoo

Pet's name (first 3 letters): Fid

First pet's name: Candy

The street I grew up on: Clearbrook

My favorite color: purple

My favorite candy: Aero

One of my favorite animals: unicorn

The vehicle my dad drives: a (Dodge) Ram


Those look like the answers to the security questions I have on many of my bank and credit card accounts (and other places...).

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